28 brilliant questions to ask at the end of every job interview
You should be assessing the employer just as much as they're assessing you because you both need to walk away convinced that the job would be a great fit.So when the tables are turned and the interviewer asks, "Do you have any questions for me?" take advantage of this opportunity. It's the best way to determine if you'd be happy working for this employer, and whether your goals are aligned with theirs.
Amy Hoover, president of TalentZoo, says there's another reason you should always prepare questions. "It's expected - and if you don't ask at least two questions, you will appear disinterested, or worse, less intelligent and engaged than a prospective employer would like." You should have at least four questions prepared, though, in case your original two are answered through the course of the interview.But, Hoover says, don't just ask questions for the sake of it. To actually benefit from them, you'll need to think carefully about what you want to ask.
"Your questions can, in fact, make or break an interview," she explains. "If they're not thoughtful, or if you ask something that has already been addressed, this can hurt you way more than it can help. Asking smart, engaging questions is imperative."Luckily, there are plenty of smart ones to pick from.Here are 28 questions you should always ask in a job interview - if they weren't already answered - to help you get a better sense of the role and the company, and to leave the interview with a positive, lasting impression:
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